The McGill Library's Chapbook Collection contains over nine hundred British and American chapbooks published in the 18th and 19th centuries. This digital collection was created by identifying and digitizing volumes from the The Sheila R. Bourke Collection of Children's Literature, the Children's Books Collection and the main McGill Library Rare Books and Special Collection . As new titles are acquired and added to the collection they will be digitized and added to our digital collection... Topic: McGill Library’s Chapbook Collection
Matthew Hittinger is the author of Pear Slip, winner of the Spire Press 2006 Spring Chapbook Award. Shortlisted for the National Poetry Series, the New Issues Poetry Prize, and twice for the Walt Whitman Award, Matthew's honors include a Hopwood Award and The Helen S. and John Wagner Prize from the University of Michigan, and the Kay Deeter Award from the journal Fine Madness. He lives and works in New York City. Topics: poetry, poems, chapbook
"With a voice so original in every poem, from beginning to end ("Tony little girls in slim skirts/never really appealed; give/me bluegals with high-stockings and lovely round thighs/at two ayem in a stripmall/parking lot...Yeah, boy"), Rusty Barnes' "Redneck Poems" is one of those poetry books I can read all the way through, over and over again". Melissa McEwen Topics: poems, redneck, poetry, chapbook, south
this work is dedicated to chris mason and boris vian. an out of sequence series june-august 2013. the sequel to this book is called danses . Topics: chapbook, contemporary poetry, illustrated, les wade
when you're between the basement of the sound and the crowded rooms of the poem, can you still see the sidewalk and all the electrons and airplanes and conditions of the sidewalk when it's driving the room all yellow? Topics: chapbook, contemporary poetry, literature, illustrated, les wade
actually, the title of this work is [ ], but i don't think that's easily searchable. this book is the sequel to danses , which in turn, was the sequel to the later dithyrambs . but what this work is about, as indeed, what most of my work is about, is my bad relationship to "place." Topics: poetry, contemporary poetry, les wade, illustrated, chapbook
The Cave of Hypnos: Early Poems is a chapbook of poems from the early 1970s that includes several poems that won a Wallace Stevens Poetry Award in 1973. Drawing on themes from Buddhism and Greek mythology, these brief poems celebrate the flesh, while probing its brevity and suffering. It includes the following poems: "Mnemosyne," "Tide," "Karma," "The Salt Stone," "Panikon Deima," "White Rooms," "How and Why," "Come to... Topics: Chapbook, Poems, Poetry, Wallace Stevens Poetry Award
Poems of a Period , by Ron Newton and Stephen Morrissey, was originally published in August 1971 in Montreal. It consisted of 20 pages, five 8 ½ X 11 inch sheets of white paper folded in half and stapled in the middle. Ron Newton was a friend from Monklands High School in Montreal; another friend, also from high school, Stratos Mahmourides, typeset the book for us. This was my first publication other than poems in "Phase One", our high school literary magazine and The Banner ,... Topics: poetry chapbook, poetry, chapbook, juvenilia, 1971, Montreal, Stephen Morrissey, Ron Newton
A collection of short stories by Alex Mussawir. Originally published in an edition of 100 in October 2013 (MHP-008) and in a second edition of 100 in 2014. Topics: Alex Mussawir, Fiction, Deadpan, Chapbook, Short Stories, Monster House Press
This is the Open Mic Poetry Portion of San Francisco Poetry TV. This happened around September 2016. Filmed at Clarion Music Center. Stephen Kopel is the host. Topics: Poetry, poetry reading, open mic poetry, Clarion Music Center, poetry events, Chapbook, spoken...
This is the second is a series of twelve-poem chapbooks of Apparition Poems by American poet Adam Fieled in 2014. The cover illustration is "The Intervention of the Sabine Women" by Jacques-Louis David. Topics: adam fieled, twelve mimes and mirrors, chapbook, apparition poems, american poetry, american...
Poetry chapbook by Ryan Starinsky. Originally published in an edition of 200 in June 2013 (MHP-006) and in a second edition of 100 in 2014. Topics: Ryan Starinsky, Thinking of Everything, Poetry, Poems, Chapbook, Columbus, Ohio, Monster House Press